[REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby deadman » Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:09 pm  1 likes

reastavachi wrote:
ghost wrote:Thanks for the DVD, deadman! :thumbsup

I also hope, that subtitles will appear some day. :cry:


Any suggestion for a subtitle creator software I could use ? I saw that movie a long ago and really enjoyed it, I'd be glad to make english subtitles for all of you...
You may not have noticed, but the boy teenager is played by Benoît Magimel, who's quite a famous actor now here in France :)

Reasta


The boyfriend character looks a few years older, but Benoît is actually only three months older than Sophie. Wouldn't have guessed.

If you want to write subtitles, you can use editing software or you can just write it in a simple text editor like Notepad and save it with an .srt extension. Whichever approach you prefer.

This is one of those movies I watched and got the basic gist of what was happening, but the lack of subtitles meant missing out on more subtle details of the plot. We will be very grateful to get a decent set of subs!

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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby reastavachi » Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:24 am  0 likes

deadman wrote:
reastavachi wrote:
ghost wrote:Thanks for the DVD, deadman! :thumbsup


If you want to write subtitles, you can use editing software or you can just write it in a simple text editor like Notepad and save it with an .srt extension. Whichever approach you prefer.



What I meant is, is there any software that would help creating the timecodes ? Because I can translate pretty quickly, but the main process of subs creation is the timing, and with some basic editing software, it might take a while :D

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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby deadman » Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:45 am  0 likes

reastavachi wrote:What I meant is, is there any software that would help creating the timecodes ? Because I can translate pretty quickly, but the main process of subs creation is the timing, and with some basic editing software, it might take a while :D

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Ah, I've asked this question myself because doing the timing manually is a pain in the ass. Is there a speech recognition program that can generate the timecodes and attempt to transcribe the words? Even if that last part is useless, the time codes (the hardest part) would be worth it.

Unfortunately the answer is no. Premium software like Dragon Naturally Speaking takes a while to train on your voice and still screws up sometimes. Running a soundtrack through it with multiple voices, and distracting background sounds in many parts, that would not work well at all.
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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby reastavachi » Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:56 am  2 likes

Ok, I'll make a transcription and translate it afterwhile, and THEN I'll get p*ssed by the timec-- I'll take care of the timecodes. :'D

I started transcripting but the dialogues are really something lol, sometimes I need to listen to what they say three to four times to get the words ! but I'm on it, guys !

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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby deadman » Tue Mar 17, 2020 4:39 am  0 likes

reastavachi wrote:I started transcripting but the dialogues are really something lol, sometimes I need to listen to what they say three to four times to get the words ! but I'm on it, guys !

Reasta


Having done this myself, I know how tedious it can be. Thank you again! :D
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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby David32441 » Sat Oct 30, 2021 12:27 pm  1 likes

reastavachi wrote:Ok, I'll make a transcription and translate it afterwhile, and THEN I'll get p*ssed by the timec-- I'll take care of the timecodes. :'D

I started transcripting but the dialogues are really something lol, sometimes I need to listen to what they say three to four times to get the words ! but I'm on it, guys !

Reasta


Hi. Any news on the translation?
I can do the final timing if you just want to write start time to the nearest second or so. ie play it in VLC and note down the times as you play it. I added 70 lines to Peppermint Soda that were missing from the release version here, so I have experience with SRT files. Also fixed timings on about 300 that were the wrong speed for what I downloaded!
You asked about software... "Subtitle Workshop" http://www.uruworks.net/index.html and "Subtitle edit" https://www.nikse.dk/ are 2 really good SRT subtitle creators / manipulation programs. Creating the file as an SRT type is the simplest.
As you can see from the screenshot - Subtitle Workshop allows you to "visualise the audio" with the waveform display - that can help with the timing, especially where the voices are louder than background noise.
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Re: [REL] Papa est parti, maman aussi (1989)

Postby mexlink » Sat Jan 15, 2022 11:52 am  0 likes

deadman wrote:14-year-old Sophie Aubry stars as Laurette, the eldest child left to care for her siblings when her parents abandon them. Anaïs Subra (~ 5-6 yo) plays her younger sister Pamela. The initial euphoria of freedom gives way to stress and anxiety, as Laurette takes on the responsibilities of her absent parents. On the other hand she meets an older boy who wants to help her out - in many different ways.

Unfortunately I could find no subtitles for this movie in any language. Anyone who has them, please share!

If you find yourself experiencing fever, chills, and respiratory symptoms, no need to worry. Sophie has that effect. :cool1


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